I had a customer who complains about performance issues on one of the oracle production database. Environment Oracle Database 12c R1 (220.127.116.11) on Linux with Oracle RAC (two nodes). To start with, I collected some AWR reports around the complain time, and I found the top wait events (most of the time) as follows: So, … Continue reading Oracle Database Performance Issue: High waits for “PX Deq: Slave Session Stats”
Following is a list of all RU (Release Updates) and RUR (Release Update Revisions) issued for the Oracle Database 12cR2 (18.104.22.168) since Jul-2017 till today 20-Jun-2021. Please zoom-in to see the above picture clearly, or see it partitioned below: Please note that: - Both RU & RUR are released quarterly (Jan, April , Jul & … Continue reading Oracle Database 22.214.171.124 Release Updates (RUs) and Release Update Revisions (RURs)
Highly Confidential Assessment Date & Time Date of Data CollectionDate of ReportReporter VersionSun Apr 25 2021 00:12:00Sun Apr 25 2021 00:22:012.2.1 (May 2020) - f3a1 Database Identity NameContainer (Type:ID)PlatformDatabase RoleLog ModeCreatedORCLCDBPDB1 (PDB:4)Linux x86 64-bitPRIMARYNOARCHIVELOGMon Jan 13 2020 20:12:00 Summary SectionPassEvaluateAdvisoryLowRiskMediumRiskHighRiskTotalFindingsBasic Information0000011User Accounts70222013Privileges and Roles156100022Authorization Control0020002Fine-Grained Access Control0050005Auditing08500013Encryption0110002Database Configuration92010113Network Configuration0110103Operating System2200105Total33201734279 Basic Information Database Version Oracle … Continue reading Oracle Database Security Assessment Sample Report
I got a question from one of my clients that he has a query that he used to run it successfully on Oracle Database 10g,but when he run the same query on Oracle Database 126.96.36.199, the query failed and the connection dropped with the following errors: He confirmed many times that the same query with … Continue reading ORA-03113 when running a specific query
According to oracle documentation:Specify a database's database identifier (DBID) when restoring a control file or server parameter file. Restrictions and Usage Notes for the SET DBID Command You should only run the SET DBID command in the following specialized circumstances: You are not connected to a recovery catalog and want to restore the control file … Continue reading When to use SET DBID in RMAN?
RMAN can optionally break up large files into sections and back up and restore these sections independently. This feature is built into RMAN. You can use it by creating multisection backups, which break up the files generated for the backup set into separate files. This can be done for backup sets and image copies. Each … Continue reading Oracle RMAN Multi-Section Feature